DanceGiving Social Dance Party


When: Thursday, November 21, 2019 at 7:45 PM – 9:10 PM

Where: Fred Astaire Dance Studios – Morristown – 140 Morris St, Morristown, New Jersey 07960
Enjoy some pre-Thanksgiving dancing and light refreshments for free if you’re an actively enrolled Fred Astaire Morristown student. New to the studio? Please call 973-993-9222 to register in advance and find out how you can get started.

Subaru Loves Pets – Adoption Event


When: Saturday Oct. 19th at 12 PM – 3 PM

Where: Subaru of Morristown – 175 Ridgedale Ave, Morristown, New Jersey 07960

Join us on Saturday, October 19th as we celebrate “Subaru Loves Pets” Month! We will have some amazing dogs and cats on site, available for adoption, as well as some EHR merchandise for sale. There will also be an item donation drive, in preparation for recognizing Tuesday 10/22 as the first national #MakeADogsDay

Subaru of Morristown has been in partnership with Eleventh Hour for a few years now. As part of Subaru’s annual Share the Love event, the manufacturer will donate $250 to charity for every new car sold during the holiday season to a charity of the buyer’s choice, and at this dealership, you can opt to have your donation go to us and our efforts to rescue dogs and cats in high kill shelters! In 2017 alone, the Morristown dealership was able to contribute over $58,000 to the efforts of Eleventh Hour.

This year, they’ve committed to donate an additional $2,500 to our organization on top of the contributions with every Subaru sold, including collecting donations for the dogs and cats themselves: You can come by the Morristown dealership to donate new toys, leashes, blankets, collars, and pet food for the animals under Eleventh Hour’s care.

2019 Morristown Festival on the Green


When: Sunday September 29th at 12 PM – 5 PM

Where: Morristown Partnership – 14 Maple Ave, Ste 201, Morristown, New Jersey 07960

Join the fun on September 29th for the 25th annual premier fall festival in Northern New Jersey – right here in Morristown. Each fall, Morristown hosts 60,000+ attendees in its historic downtown on a Sunday afternoon from Noon to 5 pm, rain or shine. Families and friends join us from throughout Northern New Jersey to enjoy non-stop entertainment for all ages including live music on 4 different stages, carnival games, children’s amusements, a beer tent and 160+ exhibitors showcasing our local businesses, restaurants, and notable community groups. The event is a true testament to a community rich in national history and local pride.

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Morristown Farmers Market


When: From now until Nov 24th 

Where: Held on the open-air parking lot behind the corner of Morris Street and Spring Street, and off Dumont Place.

NJ Farms and Specialty Vendors in downtown Morristown.

Ever wondered where to find fresh-caught Atlantic Ocean fish, sweet peaches and corn, local whipped honey, artisan cheese, and glorious sunflowers all at once? What about organic produce, pickles-on-a-stick, farm fresh eggs and grass-fed beef? Look no further than historic downtown Morristown on Sundays.

From 8:30am to 2:00pm beginning on Sunday, June 16 and every Sunday through November 25, New Jersey farms and specialty vendors will be present to showcase their very best local-grown or raised products. What has become known as one of the best Farmers Market in the Garden State, for 26 consecutive seasons, area residents and visitors alike flock to the Market on Sundays to see, smell, sample and delight in everything Jersey Fresh.

Morristown Partnership, which produces the Farmers Market in conjunction with local sponsors including Wegmans, Kitchen Magic, Fios and BASF, invites everyone to slow the pace and enjoy Morristown on Sundays. Come to the Market and connect with our Farmers and Vendors who will be happy to recommend the very best way to enjoy or prepare their goods.

For more information on Morristown Farmers Market vendors and sponsors please visit or call 973-455-1133. The Morristown Farmers Market is held on the open-air parking lot behind the corner of Morris Street and Spring Street, and off Dumont Place.